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Thursday May 16, 2013

Catch Japanese superheroes at Sungei Wang Plaza this school holidays

Dive into a world of excitement during this school holiday season as you get up close and personal with Masked Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double!

Sungei Wang Plaza is back this year with the action–packed Masked Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double from May 23 to June 2.

It will be 11 days filled with interactive and interesting mall activities for kids.

This is a good time for families and their children to spend quality time together amidst their busy working schedules.

According to Sungei Wang Plaza marketing communications senior manager K.K. Lim, Japanese superheroes, such as Power Rangers and Ultraman, have been part of the school holiday attraction for the past few years.

“This year, the mall is ecstatic to have the two new characters from Masked Ride, namely Masked Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double, to entertain the children.

“The children will get to live their fantasy as Masked Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double are here to meet the children in person,” said Lim.

Forget the tedious homework, busy tuition classes and exams for now. It is time to have fun with the superheroes. To kick-start the excitement during the upcoming school holidays, 35 children from two homes, namely Rumah K.I.D.S Subang Jaya and Rumah Shalom Puchong, have been invited to join in the Masked Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double official launch on May 23 at Sungei Wang Plaza.

The children will be given goodie bags, the opportunity to snap photographs with Masked Rider Decade and Kamen Rider Double and lunch at McDonalds.

Visitors can also shop for cool Masked Rider merchandise at the Masked Riders Merchandise Fair.

For details, call at 03-2142 6636 (Lim or Joanne Lee) or email joanne@sungeiwangplaza.com.

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